Healing is a unique and personal process and I utilize an Integrative approach depending on your needs and goals. My Integrative approach is assimilative meaning there is foundational focus on the psychodynamic theories with assimilation of other schools of psychology such as person centred, existential and attachment theory to name a few. The focus of our work will vary. It may focus on healing and personal development, acquiring new skills to deal with particular situations or improving your relationship with yourself. Therapeutic interventions may include Coaching Psychology, Deep Brain Re-Orienting (DBR), , Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Somatic Processing, Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) as well as other theoretical models in order to best meet your needs.
As it takes time and support to establish a healthier lifestyle and to address root causes of concerns it is difficult to put a time frame on your therapy. Progress can be discussed along the way as you are feeling the benefit from your sessions. Facilitation in a single session will not provide us with adequate time to address chronic and ongoing issues that in many instances have taken a lifetime to develop. As in most areas of our lives, commitment and focus help hugely.